A loan of $3,300 helped a member to buy sacks of black-eyed peas, packets of spaghetti, and other products for the proper operation of her business.


Magno Dioulacolon Group's story

This group was created on December 14, 2010. It comprises 29 women who all live in the same village. They all have small businesses. Goundo (standing at the far right) is the group's official. She is 46 years old, a widow, and the mother of two children. She runs a tangana, where breakfasts are sold in the village. She has had this business for three years. Her new loan will enable her to buy sacks of black-eyed peas, packets of spaghetti, and other products for her business to operate properly. The profits will allow her make sure her children are educated, as well as to save money.

In this group: Binta, Halimatou, Agna, Adama, Amsata, Kadiatou*, Goundo, Aminata Diola, Halimatou, Coumba, Tacko, Souna*, Dienabou, Djide, Hawa, Maimouna, Penda, Mariama, Tala, Oumou, Aminata Namo, Adama*, Moussou, Mariama Bobo, Assette, Magno Demba, Adama, Fatoumata, Habibatou
*not pictured

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey



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